About your Search

20120928
20121006
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)
was insistent that his nation was committed to peace. jim walsh, an expert at international security at mit joins me now and, jim, what was your take on this speech? >> well, deb, i think you're right. i expected, as happens every year, ahmadinejad, well, i expect many different ahmadinejads. i expect the ones that has meetings like the two meetings i attended is kindler and gentler and the one that speaks in front of the general assembly is fiery to speak to that audience back home in iran or send the message to the world and didn't happen. he was pretty tame all throughout. i think what we were getting was a message of, we're reasonable and we're willing to talk and that sort of sets the stage for what will happen the u.s. election and early next year. >> you know, jim, ahmadinejad, really, he's on his way out. the iranian economy is in crisis and high inflation and money has been choked off by sanctions and many iranians are embarrassed. is he becoming irrelevant now that he is really a in the last nine months of his presidency? his leadership there? >> you know, deb, i think that's a go
crosses it. earlier this morning, i spoke international security analyst jim walsh about a subject that reverberated around the halls of the united nations this week. >> i expect many different ahmadinejads. i expect the one that has meetings like the two i attended, is kindler and gentler, and the one who speaks in front of the general assembly, is fiery, to speak to that audience in iran, and it didn't happen. he was pretty tame all throughout. so i think what we were getting was the message of we're reasonable and we're willing to talk, and that sort of sets the stage for what will happen after the u.s. election and early next year. >> jim, ahmadinejad, he is on his way out. the iranian economy is in crisis. there's high inflation. many from crude has been choked off by sanctions. many iranians are embarrassed. is he becoming irrelevant now that he's really in the last nine months of his presidency, his leadership there? >> i think that's a good question. i think we as americans, we think iran, we think ahmadinejad, the devil that's caricatured. number one, it has always been th
or democratic vote, you said on this network about six weeks ago, jim crowe has been best record in ohio. support that and how do you see this as being directed specifically toward african-american voters? >> victor, for example in my county the largest county in the state of ohio, cuyahoga county. in 2008, african-americans voted 56% early and in person although they only make up 26% of the voting population. we know by the data african-americans tend to vote early and they tend to vote in person. not only does what the attorney general and the secretary of state not only what they're doing does it have an impact on african-americans, it has an impact on poor folks, too. they are restricting -- the secretary of state is restricting the number of hours folks can vote. he has fired boards of election members who have dared to say we are going to stand up for the voters in the state of ohio. it is crystal clear what is going on. although there may not be barking dogs to see or a literacy test or poll tax, what they are doing is just the same, the 21st century version of voter suppression i
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6 (some duplicates have been removed)